Summer is camp season. There's a unique facility in Washington County that allows kids and adults with challenging illnesses and special needs to join in on the fun.
The staff at "Camp for All" in Burton helps more than 8,000 people each year experience events that help them gain self-confidence and independence. The opportunities not only benefit the campers. There's a lasting impact on the entire family.
Monday on First News at Four, camp Director Kurt Podeswa and camp participant Heather Clements talked about the barrier free camp.
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